The XPdius 1700 vertical form and seal machine is designed for high-speed applications and service-ability. With the capability of filling bags up to 17 inches wide and 24 inches long, this new vertical form, fill, and seal machine can be integrated with its PrimoCombi multi-head weigher to weigh, fill, and bag frozen meat, poultry, seafood, snack food, pet food, produce, and more.
According to the company, the machine has both sides open, allowing easy access to all parts and assemblies inside the frame. Moreover, maintenance mechanics save hours of time with features like tool-less quick removal of change parts and open design. Available options include bag gusset attachment, gas, flush, hole punch, tear notch, polyethylene sealing assembly, pivoting bag support, bag tapper for product settling, and printing options. The main features of the include:
• Color touch screen and Omron PLC • Two Panasonic servo motors to drive the film pull belts and operate the seal jaws • Advanced automatic retractable pull belt assembly and vacuum pull belts • Tool-less removeable forming collar • Motor operated film unwind assembly for precise film tension control with triple rollers dancing bar • Motorized film unwind roller • Swing open the control panel for dual side access to the inside mechanics • Multi choice pre-programmed sequence of operation, seal above or below jaws • 3 separate digital temperature controls integrated into a touch screen • Photocell for bag registration • Tool-less removable pull belts
The US-based Paxiom Group designs and manufactures packing machinery. The company offers a range of machinery for filling, bagging, wrapping, labeling, capping, cartoning, end of line case packing, and turnkey solutions. Paxiom Group serves customers worldwide.
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